Holocaust survivor honoring her rescuers

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Gloria Glantz of Port Washington was 3 and living in Poland when she was brought by her mother to live with a Christian family, who kept her safe from the Nazis. Having never had the opportunity to thank her rescuers, Glantz, now a member of the Hidden Child Foundation, plans to hold a ceremony at the Port Washington Community Synagogue in honor of the people who kept her alive. Videojournalist: Chuck Fadely (Nov. 2, 2013)

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